Organizing a closet can be difficult, especially when it's a teenager's. Having an organized closet can save you time and bring you more space because, while your wardrobe may grow, your closet will not. If you'd like to know how to organize my room and closet, read on. There actually 3 basic steps. First is purging. The easiest way to begin organizing your closet is by getting rid of anything that’s too small, or that you know won’t be worn anymore. Say goodbye to that polka dot shirt you loved in the 80’s and the pleather pants that have been out of style since the dinosaur age. Sort everything into 3 major piles: Keep, Toss and Donate. Second step is start anew. Take all the clothes out of your closet and put them on your bed. Separate them into logical groups based on style so they’re easier to put back later on. Then stand back and assess the space you have available to you to figure out the best way to maximize the space. There’s one rule when it comes to organizing: it has to work for you and you need to be consistent. Whether you prefer to keep similar styles together (i.e. all dress shirts, then all t-shirts, etc.) or you prefer to organize by color, functionality is key. It’s always good to keep your clothes facing the same direction and have the hangers hooked the same way. The third, explore your option. Buy organizers to put things like purses and shoes in. Clear plastic boxes work well for shoes; or, if your daughter is the type who has shoes and handbags that "go together," invest in a set of hanging sweater shelves and put the matching purses/shoes together on each shelf. It's all about being organized.
So how to organize my room and closet, is easier than you expected, right?
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